To this day as when it was first discovered, public key cryptography is the hero of modern cybersecurity. However, there are some concerns about using public key encryption, including certificate administration. The digital key used to encrypt and sign messages is packaged into a digital certificate, which is issued by a Certification Authority (CA). This ecosystem is known as the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
The PKI has historically had problems. For example, the Dutch CA DigitNotar went out of business after someone hacked into its infrastructure and issued fake certificates in 2011. Mistakes in the implementation of the PKI could have fatal consequences.
Our team, which has more than 10 years of experience in PKI implementation as well as PKI system development, will help you to properly build the PKI ecosystem and also in the use of digital certificates. With proper governance, implementing digital certificates will protect you from information security risks.
Contact us at info[at]pistis.id for more information